What is Sorority Recruitment?
Sorority recruitment is an exciting learning experience! There are many opportunities that sorority life can offer related to leadership, professional development, philanthropy, service, and friendship. It is a time to learn about each sorority as they present their values, events, membership requirements, and everything else they have to offer Chapman students.
As you visit each chapter, you will meet the sorority members and discover how each individual member contributes to the larger sorority and how the sorority contributes to campus life and community. Formal recruitment consists of four rounds of events where potential new members and sorority women participate in a mutual selection process for potential membership in one of Chapman University’s eight great National Panhellenic Conference sororities.
The informal recruitment process for the Fall 2016 semester will take place over two weeks beginning on Friday, September 9th. Not all of the Panhellenic Chapters participate in the informal recruitment process. Throughout the two weeks, chapters participating will host a variety of events in order to meet interested students and share about their chapter at Chapman. Upperclassmen and transfer students are eligible to participate.
If you are interested in learning more about the Informal Recruitment process or if you would like to participate, please fill out this form or contact the Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment, Gabby Chelini.
The Panhellenic Council at Chapman University is transitioning to a deferred formal recruitment model. The Spring 2017 Formal Panhellenic Recruitment process takes place the week before Spring semester classes start in January. This is the first time that first-year students are eligible to participate. Please fill out this form to receive updates and additional information!